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Jun 15, · Sounds of Africa picks up where The Music of Ahmed Abdul-Malik left off: the kind of song that you like but wouldn't be caught dead playing with your car windows rolled down. Abdul-Malik takes his exploration of mixing Jazz with world music to new heights here, increasing the size of his band to include flute, another saxophone and more percussion/5(4).
The Eastern Moods of Ahmed Abdul-Malik () Sounds of Africa is the fourth album by double bassist and oud player Ahmed Abdul-Malik featuring performances recorded in (with one track from ) and originally released on the New Jazz dathistazahnmoditius.infoinfo: Jazz.
Leading the band on oud as well as bass, Abdul-Malik bravely takes the music back toward its African origins. The results are a fascinating listen, especially on tunes like "African Bossa Nova," a combination of Brazilian and African rhythms that sounds like great chamber funk.8/
Jazz Sounds of Africa compiles the complete contents of two early New Jazz LPs by Ahmed Abdul-Malik, which were originally issued as The Music of Ahmed Abdul-Malik and Sounds of Africa. The music on this reissue is simply captivating, as the brilliant bassist and oud player of Sudanese descent blends elements of jazz with that of Middle Eastern and African music.9/
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Aug 14, · Abdul-Malik is an accomplished bassist with a resume that reveals musical study, a big appetite for music, and notable membership with the Thelonius Monk quartet. The title does not deceive, this album consists of solid Jazz lines combined with a 5/5(6).